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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite - Black - £519 @ BT Shop
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The most iconic Galaxy experiences, now made more accessible to you

A cinematic screen in the palm of your hand
Galaxy Note10 Lite's Infinity-O Display features a near bezel-less 6.7"* Full HD+ Super AMOLED screen for more viewing and doing space, and less viewing distraction. An On-Screen Fingerprint scanner is built into the screen, providing an invisible layer of vault-like security.

Power to do more with S Pen
S Pen is your smartphone magic wand, letting you unlock the full power of your Galaxy Note10 Lite. Whether it’s an inspiring sketch or timely written note, S Pen unleashes your creativity and productivity potential with speed, efficiency and fun.

The intelligent tool that does much more than just write
With a streamlined unibody, S Pen glides effortlessly in and out of its holding slot. Writing with a 0.7mm tip and 4096 pressure levels is precise and as smooth as putting pen to paper. S Pen is Bluetooth enabled, giving you additional control capability.

Super Fast Charging — a one-hour charge to last the distance
Galaxy Note10 Lite's Super Fast Charging lets you harness a one-hour charge for power that lasts as long as you do.

Shoot like a pro without being a pro
From front to back, Galaxy Note10 Lite's powerful multi-camera system upgrades your everyday photos and videos with the boost of quality they deserve with the ease and simplicity you want.

An all-in-one video editing suite, right from your phone
Make edits to multiple videos, insert transitions or subtitles, change the speed and even add illustrations with S Pen.

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Hadn't seen this marketing spiel before "The most iconic Galaxy experiences, now made more accessible to you" jeez Samsung :/ 😏
How does it different note 10 / note 10+ apart from the obvious price :-)
fame16/02/2020 01:11

How does it different note 10 / note 10+ apart from the obvious price :-)


Note 9 CPU and GPU, lower resolution screen and plastic build rather than glass
Terrible phone. Just get a Note 9 instead if need an s pen.
Better of getting the Note 9 stead as still really good phone
cantonbean16/02/2020 11:05

Terrible phone. Just get a Note 9 instead if need an s pen.


Hardly a terrible phone... I have a Note 9 now but the 10 Lite has some nice features like the near bezelless format, decent specs, non-curved glass, newer OS and camera setup.
plewis0016/02/2020 15:20

Hardly a terrible phone... I have a Note 9 now but the 10 Lite has some …Hardly a terrible phone... I have a Note 9 now but the 10 Lite has some nice features like the near bezelless format, decent specs, non-curved glass, newer OS and camera setup.


You can get a Note 9 for around this price though which makes it a terrible phone if you want a Note? Build quality (glass Vs plastic!), screen without a hole and QHD. Agree on the camera maybe but then TBH as owner of a Note 9 Samsung specs are meaningless. I've also used the Note 10+ and think on average even my iPhone 8+ and definitely my Mate 20X and Pixel 4 XL take miles better photos. Annoying in the UK as we get none Snapdragon no decent gcam too. You can get a great photo on a Samsung phone but it takes a fair few goes and sometimes you miss the moment or it's blurred. The only place I see this Note being a success is in the corporate environment Vs Note 9 or 10 due to cost and the required 3 years support with S Pen for document signing and meeting notes.
Edited by: "cantonbean" 16th Feb
cantonbean wrote:
You can get a Note 9 for around this price though which makes it a terrible phone if you want a Note? Build quality (glass Vs plastic!), screen without a hole and QHD. Agree on the camera maybe but then TBH as owner of a Note 9 Samsung specs are meaningless. I’ve also used the Note 10+ and think on average even my iPhone 8+ and definitely my Mate 20X and Pixel 4 XL take miles better photos. Annoying in the UK as we get none Snapdragon no decent gcam too. You can get a great photo on a Samsung phone but it takes a fair few goes and sometimes you miss the moment or it’s blurred. The only place I see this Note being a success is in the corporate environment Vs Note 9 or 10 due to cost and the required 3 years support with S Pen for document signing and meeting notes.

Wait it’s plastic for £519?!

Can’t you get an iPhone 8+ for that sort of money? It would be supported for a lot longer in terms of OSes anyway.
ishybon17/02/2020 16:35

cantonbean wrote: You can get a Note 9 for around this price though which …cantonbean wrote: You can get a Note 9 for around this price though which makes it a terrible phone if you want a Note? Build quality (glass Vs plastic!), screen without a hole and QHD. Agree on the camera maybe but then TBH as owner of a Note 9 Samsung specs are meaningless. I’ve also used the Note 10+ and think on average even my iPhone 8+ and definitely my Mate 20X and Pixel 4 XL take miles better photos. Annoying in the UK as we get none Snapdragon no decent gcam too. You can get a great photo on a Samsung phone but it takes a fair few goes and sometimes you miss the moment or it’s blurred. The only place I see this Note being a success is in the corporate environment Vs Note 9 or 10 due to cost and the required 3 years support with S Pen for document signing and meeting notes.Wait it’s plastic for £519?!Can’t you get an iPhone 8+ for that sort of money? It would be supported for a lot longer in terms of OSes anyway.


Lol, I sold my Pixel 3 for a plastic 3a. I for one think plastic phones get a bad rep. They might not feel as premium but the weight reduction and durability are way better than the glass and metal back phones that dominate the flagship market.

No more having to add a bulky case or having to deal with significant scratching and scuffing- or even shattering in some cases- when you drop your phone. Just carries on looking pretty much as good as it did before.
ibz10017/02/2020 17:30

Lol, I sold my Pixel 3 for a plastic 3a. I for one think plastic phones …Lol, I sold my Pixel 3 for a plastic 3a. I for one think plastic phones get a bad rep. They might not feel as premium but the weight reduction and durability are way better than the glass and metal back phones that dominate the flagship market. No more having to add a bulky case or having to deal with significant scratching and scuffing- or even shattering in some cases- when you drop your phone. Just carries on looking pretty much as good as it did before.


How have you found the 3a in comparison to the 3 day to day?
ishybon17/02/2020 16:35

cantonbean wrote: You can get a Note 9 for around this price though which …cantonbean wrote: You can get a Note 9 for around this price though which makes it a terrible phone if you want a Note? Build quality (glass Vs plastic!), screen without a hole and QHD. Agree on the camera maybe but then TBH as owner of a Note 9 Samsung specs are meaningless. I’ve also used the Note 10+ and think on average even my iPhone 8+ and definitely my Mate 20X and Pixel 4 XL take miles better photos. Annoying in the UK as we get none Snapdragon no decent gcam too. You can get a great photo on a Samsung phone but it takes a fair few goes and sometimes you miss the moment or it’s blurred. The only place I see this Note being a success is in the corporate environment Vs Note 9 or 10 due to cost and the required 3 years support with S Pen for document signing and meeting notes.Wait it’s plastic for £519?!Can’t you get an iPhone 8+ for that sort of money? It would be supported for a lot longer in terms of OSes anyway.


The back is plastic not glass. The front is Gorilla Glass and the mid-frame is alloy. What’s the relevance of an iPhone 8? It’s outdated and if you’re looking at a Note, you probably want a Note, not an iOS powered device...
vigilante17/02/2020 17:46

How have you found the 3a in comparison to the 3 day to day?


Far and away a much better experience. Primarily because of the plastic build, much better battery life (I get 1½ days typically) and headphone jack for easy aux usage in people's cars.

I originally bought the 3a as a surprise present for my brother. He decided after a few hours he didn't like it so I was able to use it side by side with my 3 for a few days. The 3 was faster but that was only noticeable when side by side with the 3a. Other than that the 3 felt more premium (not that it matters with a plastic case on) and the screen was brighter.

On balance, I'd give the 3a a 9/10 for my usage and the 3 a 6.5/10
ibz10017/02/2020 19:05

Far and away a much better experience. Primarily because of the plastic …Far and away a much better experience. Primarily because of the plastic build, much better battery life (I get 1½ days typically) and headphone jack for easy aux usage in people's cars.I originally bought the 3a as a surprise present for my brother. He decided after a few hours he didn't like it so I was able to use it side by side with my 3 for a few days. The 3 was faster but that was only noticeable when side by side with the 3a. Other than that the 3 felt more premium (not that it matters with a plastic case on) and the screen was brighter.On balance, I'd give the 3a a 9/10 for my usage and the 3 a 6.5/10


I was not a fan of the 3A when it came out as it seemed like an overpriced but budget option but it’s clear they actually nailed the things people want in a phone in a wallet-friendly device. Once they sorted out the QC, seems that everyone that bought them really likes them. And yes, having a headphone socket does sound like a useful addition - I really do miss it a lot on iPhones and other modern handsets, and it’s pure greed.
Got note 10 plus with Snapdragon processor for £600 of eBay
£406 on bluelight card app or employee discount scheme with discount.
£476 on employee discount site for me?

For some reason they don't have the S10 lite on there either.
Progfan19/02/2020 19:52

£476 on employee discount site for me?For some reason they don't have the …£476 on employee discount site for me?For some reason they don't have the S10 lite on there either.


Then claim £70 cashback
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